Movies on Autism

there are 6 movie posters on autism

This article will discuss movies on Autism. While, a movie is an amazing art which will compress a long story in to 90 minutes, it teaches us a variety of things by touching our emotions. Now more than ever, you see a great development in online movie providers such as Netflix which gives access to all kind of movies and TV series to your doorstep.

What was the last movie you watched and did you learn anything out of it?

Here are some intriguing movies, TV series on Autism to keep you glued to the television whilst learning something about the human kind. While you watch these, make sure to keep your child near you to give them an idea about children with special needs. Every individual in this world, deserves to understand one another.

It is our prime responsibility to teach about the other side of the world to any child. They should and they will grow up with different people with different backgrounds. Therefore, it is our duty to keep them well educated. Not just about books but by teaching them the reality of the world.

Also we would recommend this to our professionals and students who are studying these subjects.

Movies on Autism

Ocean Heaven (2010)

A story of a teenager with autism who has been totally depending on his father to go about his day today activities. The movie portrays how an autistic individual can be trained to do his tasks and be independent in life.

Temple Grandin (2010)

This is a story of a professor at Colorado State University and well-known speaker on autism and animal handling on different platforms such as TED Talk. She overcame the limitations imposed on her by autism such as the delay in speech until age four and the inability in dealing with people. However, she was successful in getting a PhD and becoming an expert in animal husbandry.

Forrest Gump (1994)

An engaging movie to keep you entertained while getting an insight into autism. Forrest’s character depicts autism related features , however he manages to stand as an exemplary figure to the world.

My Name is Khan (2010)

A story of an Indian with autism, who embarks on a journey to give a message to the president of the United states of America.

A Brilliant Young Mind (2015)

This movie is also known as X+Y. A socially awkward teenage math prodigy finds new confidence and new friendships when he lands a spot on the British squad at the International Mathematics Olympiad.

Touch (2012)

A widower struggling to raise his emotionally challenged son discovers that he can predict events before they happen.

Marathon (2005)

A story of an autistic boy who discovers that he has a talent for running. With the help of the mother participates in a major marathon.

The Good doctor (2017)

American medical drama television series based on the 2013 award-winning South Korean series of the same name. Shaun, a young doctor with autism and Savant syndrome, joins a renowned hospital in San Jose, California, but his colleagues do not socialize with him. He uses his skills to treat patients and prove his abilities to his co-workers.

The Accountant (2016)

If you are action movie lover you would like this movie. The movie’s main story line of an accountant with autism is somewhat ordinary and predictable, but its fabric is made up of enough good scenes & characters to make it worthwhile.

Does your child know that there are special kids around them? They are just like them, however they differ from skills and abilities than them. Here is a great strategy to let your child know that SPECIAL does exist in the real sense and that we should integrate the SPECIAL into our life in order to be a better person in life.

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